NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRAMATIC ART
The largest of the theatre spaces at NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Arts), the Parade Theatre is a three-tiered, horseshoe-shaped auditorium suited for fully staged productions. This means that all seats get a full view of the stage and especially the stage floor.
Pole Theatre is excited to announce that the NIDA stage is the biggest stage for a Semi Pro & Professional pole event.
Backstage, competitors will be getting the royal treatment - as all artists should!
With a plethora of dressing rooms (kitted out with stage call intercoms and light up mirrors),
performers can indulge in the spacious facilities while they prepare to bring their stories to life on stage for the audience.
GETTING TO NIDA
Located just 15mins by car from Sydney's CBD NIDA does have parking available.
There is also plenty of unrestricted parking in surrounding streets.
If you are arriving by public transport, busses will be the most direct form of public transport to get you to the venue. The closest train station is Green Square where you can get a short UBER or Taxi to the venue.